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Title: Integral urban project and safety. Building barriers or bridges?
Authors: Landman, K
Keywords: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
CPTED
Built environment
Issue Date: Mar-2006
Citation: Landman, K. 2006. Integral urban project and safety. Building barriers or bridges? Building communities: urban planning & security policies. Barcelona, Spain. 8-10 March 2006
Abstract: Planning and design measures can be utilised successfully to enhance feelings of safety in areas where people feel vulnerable. The study of the relationship between crime and the physical environment has resulted in various theoretical approaches and a number of schools of thought have emerged since the early 1960's. Some of the more familiar approaches include Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED), situational crime prevention and place-specific crime prevention.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/866
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